Despite the economic downturn, RapidKL is actively hiring and is looking to fill up some 1,500 job vacancies within the organization as the company looks for ways to improve the service delivery of their transportation system.
The positions available for job seekers include engineers (53), traffic controllers (120), security officers (270), mechanics and technicians (255), bus drivers (350) and customer service assistants (170).
Bus drivers, mechanics, technicians and customer service assistants are immediate vacancies need to fill up urgently, with the company chief, Suffian Baharuddin citing the organization is now facing shortage of staff. The time is probably high for RapidKL to bank on laid off workers from other industries and embarks on a nationwide recruiting.
The company will also be running new carrier trains by the end of the year, so the need for more competent engineers is imperative.
Interested job seekers can visit www.rapidkl.com for news and advertisement of the job vacancies, or send their application directly through email to email@example.com.
RapidKL, which stands for Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd was launched in 2004 as part of an effort to restructure the public transportation system and give users a better experience. RapidKL is owned by the government of Malaysia.